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SQl Server Management Studio do not open because of msvcr80.dll

Posted on 2012-03-22
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Hi

I have an instance of SQL Server 2005 installed on my Data server, and now I can not open the SQL Server Management Studio because I am getting an error in the EventsLog that the dll msvcr80.dll is not found.

I tried to get the right version od this DLL .6195 but still having this issue.

I tried also to reinstall only the SSMS component within the DVD and it doesn't work, sounds like it requires the all version installation.

I updates my Windows many times .... without any results.

I found some tools to fix the DLL but most of them need to pay for this, any free tool?

Any help for this

Thank you
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Question by:venmarces
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by:NormanMaina
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Can you try re-installing .Net Framework 2.0 ?
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by:NormanMaina
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and then install the VC++ 2005 components
http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=3387
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by:venmarces
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Thanks for your help, but both suggestions were not working for me.
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by:venmarces
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Can I reinstall the full instance of SQL Server, will this make me losing my actual databases

I want to know how much risky it is ?
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by:smuni
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not really, perform a full backup on existing database a nd uninstall all the components then give a server restart. Later you can try to install the SQL server from scratch.

For me, give a try to uninstall the client tools alone then give a server restart. It may help u. Good luck..
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by:NormanMaina
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You may want to do a clean install of windows and sql server -from scratch.
(back up your data and sql server databases)

msvcr80.dll is a system file and from what i have seen in forums -it can be a problem to resolve if its missing or corrupted.
I would have thought instaling VC++ 2005 components and restarting the server would solve the problem -but you say it does not.

If re-installing windows is not an option,you will have to do with installing sql server management studio in another pc and then connect to your instance with databases in the server.
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venmarces earned 0 total points
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Here is the solution , is about repairing the SQL Mgmt Studio

1.Insert the SQL Server 2005 installation media into the disk drive.

2.Run the following command from the command prompt:

 start /wait <CD or DVD Drive>\setup.exe /qb REINSTALL=SQL_Tools90 REINSTALLMODE=S

Thanks all for your help
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by:venmarces
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This repaired the issue instead of installing the full version of SQL Server with risk of data lose
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